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Dalva - 'Going Home', pg. 264 - 324 Summary & Analysis

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'Going Home', pg. 264 - 324 Summary

When Dalva returns to the homestead, Sam calls and offers to repair the corral at the hunting cabin as payment since Dalva has offered to allow him to live there. Nelse and Naomi are finding new bird species, but plan to return in ten days, and Paul and Luiz, a student of Dalva's, offer to come in mid-July for a visit. Michael sends another letter to Dalva, explaining that he is becoming more healthy. Dalva finally gathers the courage to call Andrew, and discovers that her son grew up in Omaha, and his adoptive mother is willing to meet with her. As she rides a horse later, she screams into the wind about the unfairness of a world that takes father, child, and lover in a few short years. After letting her concerns lose to the wilderness, however, Dalva finds herself...

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